November 2nd 2011
Leadership & Change – Past, Present & Future: Rome in Retrospect
CRF's third International Conference in Rome brought together over 200 senior executives, academics and practitioners to explore the themes of leadership and change from a past, present and future perspective.
This booklet, written from the perspective of one of the delegates, provides an exceptional overview of the two days - the presentations, activities and social aspects.
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